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    March 22, 2013
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set, alameda county sheriffs came down in a special bullet proof vehicle delivering the deputies in front of the house so they could get closer to that house. >> he's in the driveway and crouched behind the juniper. the sergeant is in the armored vehicle was able to fire and hit the suspected which took him down. >> now, in the end, this is what police believe he was holding. it looked like a rifle. but it turned out not to be a rifle at all. in fact, police are not sure what it is. but they are investigating. back here, live, you can see that deputies are still on the scene. they're gathering evidence. and they are conducting interviews. the suspect is at a nearby hospital and hep is in surgery at this hour. reporting live, i'm cheryl hird,
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nbc bay area news. >> now, some new video into our news room. you're looking at the aftermath of a chain reaction crash. this happened tonight on mission street near 280. police say a car slammed into one of their units which hit the police car parked in front of it. the officers had been talking to two people on the street. no injuries to report, the driver was arrested for a dui. at one point, poli nieps were searching for a murder suspect from house to house. that suspect is still on the loose. he's accused of stabbing a woman to death in downtown san jose in the parking lot of a togo sandwich store. nbc bay area george kityama joins us from the scene of the crime. >> it sounds as if police have cleared the scene of the crime. we're learning a little bit more
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about the victim from a business owner who says he knew her. >> a customer runs into the store and says lock the doors. we're like why. she says oh, there's a guy stabbing a girl. >> workers watched in horror. they saw a man stabbing a woman numerous times in the parking lots. >> we get closer to the window and we could see everything that was happening. >> police say the man aparentally went up to the woman, talked to her for a bit and then turned on her. >> we went outside and i was, like, well, what are we going to do? they were, like, well, we can't get close. what if he attacks you? >> investigators say the man hopped the fence into a neighborhood. officers sealed off the area and began searching house-to-house. john win's insurance company shares the parking lot.
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win says the victim has a 10-year-old sob. . >> it's very depressing for the young child to know his mom is no longer with us. >> reporter: and the woman died at the hospital 30 minutes after she was stabbed. this is san jose's tenth homicide of the year. >> a long-time bay area baseball coach has turned himself in. our cameras caught up with 52-year-old joel kaufman. he was leaving jail this morning after posting bail. he was booked on six felony and misdemeanor charges. >> he said you'll get my comments in a few weeks. he coached in palo alto, san jose.
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police are investigating if there are more alleged victims. >> several employees could face charges for failing to report sex abuse by a teacher. he turns himself into police last month after prosecutors charged him with child molestation for engaging in sex acts with under-aged girls. state law mandates that public and private employees dealing with children report any suspicion of abuse orr neglect. not at 11:00, what was in those brownies. police say they believed five students ate brownies laced with marijuana. inva investigators believe students made the brownies. parents were also concerned that the kids ate the brownies.
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>> my first question, i ask them, basically, are you okay? you don't eat anything? >> i never eat nothing from nobody else. i said ork. >> the da is now involved and will consider what charges to be filed. >> they're breaking the cold for a seat in court. people are lined up to witness history. the supreme court's hearings on same-sex marriage. on tuesday, the justices will take up prop 8, which is california's ban on same-sex marriage. and then the following day, they'll take over the defensive mayor's act. happening now, not far from the supreme court, a look at the senate floor. it's just passed 2:00 a.m. in washington, d.c. and lawmakers are still at it. the senate is riding out details on the federal budget.
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if the budget is passed, it would advance to the house of representatives. flying and landing a small plane could be more dangerous. small airports are being forced to close their air traffic control facilities. it's the latest fall out in the sequester cuts. the faa has ordered 129 control towers to be shut down. there are some smaller airports in sacramento and salinas that will be closed. be warned, if you're out late tomorrow night, you could face a major roadblock in the east bay. starting at 1:00 a.m. sunday, all northbound lanes of 880 will be shut down near the coliseum. detours will be in place. construction crews will be lifting steel columns over the freeway as they get ready to build train tracks between the coliseum and the airport. the freeway will reopen at 6:00 a.m.
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it's not your average suitcase. in fact, it saves lives all over the rld wo. tonight, the bay area couple behind this game-changing advice. >> and had that baby right on the side of the street. a local school principal turns hero. how he brought down a suspected thief. stay with us.
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he's the big man on campus.
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some bay area high school students are calling their principal a hero tonight. much to their amazement, the high school principal chased the suspected thief through the campus and peeled him down off of a fence. >> reporter: well, rog, the dean of students was doing some detective work, trying to figure out who was stealing ipads here on campus. and he zeroed in on a 27-year-old man who didn't belong here. and the school's principal made sure he didn't get away. >> super hero is the theme of the dance at st.ignacius. >> i guess it came into use here. >> rough is the hero of the day. >> he was getting a little fidgety and then i think he saw this one hallway and he took off down that hallway. >> rough took off after 27-year-old gabriel luiz vega
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because staff thought he was stealing ipads. the dean of students say at least 15 vanished since the beginning of march. >> students coming and reporting to us. certain windows of time started to close in on when it might be happening. >> when his story about why he was on campus didn't add up, he escorted him inside. >> i was right behind him the whole time. i kept trying to get him. but i just couldn't get him. he kind of wove through a few kids. i think they were stunned. >> the chase led ross to an 8 foot fence. >> i grabbed his legs and pulled him back down. >> it was a valuable catch. rough says 7 ipads and a stubt's wallet were inside the backpack.
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>> rough returned the stolen items to their rightful owners. >> i'd say he's super man right now. >> very popular on campus tonight. he faces particular ri charges and has a record and was violating probation. next time, they can leave the chasing to police. reporting live, nbc bay area news. >> very nice. mr. rough comes through. dozens of new police officers are ready to hit the streets in oakland. they're among the first new recruits in nearly 5 years. that brings the number of sworn officers to 649. the chief says that's a good start, but oakland needs more. >> that's a step in the right direction. we need a thousand offers. we're more than half way there.
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we keep finding the way to fund this department and provide the resources necessary, i think we're definitely on the right track. >> more officers are coming. there's a new police academy beginning on monday and then another one in six months. a campbell couple had its plan all ready to go. little soleil valentina murphy was born tuesday in the family car. her parents planned the natural, drug-free birth and wanted to wait at home as long as possible before going to the hospital. but they waited just a bit too long. they had to pull over and dad tliferred. >> i don't know what i would have done in a situation where somebody is in that much pain and i'm trying to help them. so my husband is awesome. i couldn't ask for a better
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partner. >> you want to give her a kiss? come over here and give her a kiss. >> little soleil looks great. mom and dad looks great. she'll be back home with her 2 1/2-year-old big brother. around here, energy and technology is not a problem. developing in third world countries, many clinics don't have reliable energy making a doctor's job more difficult. but, now, a berkley physician is changing that. >> reporter: in 2008, ob-gyn doctor traveled from berk, ley to avenue ri can. >> welcome to the world, little one. >> this video she shot just minutes after birth.
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the loss of mothers and babies put at risk because doctors are left in the dark. >> i would watch during c-sections at night where the lights would go out in a large hospital in a city of 1.5 million people. >> nigeria is one of the ten most dangerous countries in the world to give birth. in 2010, annest malted 40,o 000 women died during childbirth there. >> a solar energy innovator for a solution. >> i said can you design a solar system easy enough for me to figure out how to use and small enough to fit in my suitcase. that's exactly what hal did. >> it's a full electric system with all the parts and sophistication. >> it's the size of a carry on.
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once the battery is fully charged, it can generate life for up to 20 hours. >> this is designed for a rugged light. and they will not dim over time, either. >> inside are two powerful lights suitable to use during surgery. a multi-prong phone charger and a fetal heart rate monitor. >> sometimes thoo are being put into police stations that are extremely remote. so wi actually even include a tool set. >> i knew it would work, but i didn't real ease was that something that small could be so valued in a hospital. >> reporter: in 2010, the nonprofit we care solar was created. >> when we talk to mid wives, they've told us it's been transformative.
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patients are going back to their villages and saying you should have your baby with the magic box. >> they were also used during a recent cholera outbreak. >> for the first time in the history of the island, nobody died of cholera during a power outage. he said i used to think water was the most important thing we could have in health care. now i realize it was light. >> in berkley, nbc bay area news. >> the magic box. how remarkable. the weekend is here. let's turn our attention over to our chief meteorologist. >> a lot of sunshine coming our way. we had all of this wind for today. 20-40 miles per hour at the coastline. we're still finding some gusty winds. even some slightly offshore hours. that was responsible for all of that throughout friday. we'll get a first look at your saturday forecast.
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a little bit of cloud cover in the coastline. temperatures in the upper 40s and for the interior valleys, right near 40 degrees. then, as we head throughout the afternoon, upper 60s and low 70s. let's get you outside of that live hd sky camera network. . >> i wish we could say bon voyage to the allergies here. if you suffer from allergies, all of this sunshine is going to want you getting outside. but you may have to limit your out door exposure. we're going to start with 38 tomorrow in santa rosa. you may need a light jacket, but not extremely cold. daytime highs on saturday.
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it's going to top out very similar to today. we think we're going to get to 70 in south ben, jose. and for the east bay, a lot backed away in the trivalley away from some of the influence of the koeszal, marine air. not quiet 70s in san francisco. if you're downtown, it will probably feel like it. 70 in santa rosa. here's the thing to notice. most of our temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s. but there's going to be one spot where you're sheltered from that cooler marine air. temperatures in the upper of 60s and sunny skies. we stay dry all the way through monday. then we do have some rape coming.
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by wednesday and thursday, a chance of showers. right now, the best possibility of accumulating rain. neighbor a quarter inch. still a ways out. i'll take care of all of that stuff when i get back to work on monday and we'll hash it out then. >> we've got the weekend in just a few minutes. >> coming up, the fans aren't the only ones losing out. the san francisco company strike is costing some other people some big bucks.
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another chance to turn in guns for cash this weekend. santa clara county is hosting its second gun buyback event. people are encouraged to bring in unloaded handguns, rifles and assault weapons. the event runs organizers are inviting gang members to come down and turn in their gang colors.
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fod, musicians called attention to the economic impack the strike is having on local businesses. this was in hayes valley, near the debut symphony hall. people often dine in hayes valley before and after the concert. several businesses have noted a dropoff since the strike began on march 13th we're back in a moment to talk about march madness and the cal basketball team. stay with us. for your first day?
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yeah. ♪ dad: you'll be fine, ok? girl: ok. dad: you look so pretty. ♪ i'm overprotective. that's why i got a subaru. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. ahmed fareed here. we had madness all over the bay. celebrating in berkley and all eyes were on the seats. barry larkins. first half, miami up 20. shane larkin hitting a three.
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part of a 28-6 miami run here. still the first, marcus duran, hitting the three at the buzzer. the tigers were sill down three. it was the final game for bob tomlinson. 25 years as a coach at his alma mater. they're going to have to run through a very strong syracuse team coming off a win in montana. of course, we all know where berkley is, but cal wants to make sure the rest of the country does, as well. >> tomorrow will be a fwraet opportunity for us to make a name for ourselves and, you know, put ourselves on that, you know, national scale with, you know, teams like kansas and north carolina and duke. and it's just, like, another basketball team. if we go and play with the same energy we played with last night, if we get the game plan in, i think that would bring a lot of people's attention to
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putting california on the map as a national team. >> high school championship division 5 here arrives from san diego. st. joe's at the line-up. carington taking the free-throw all the way. horizon dumps you. ethan underwood, though, needing a miracle to win it. are you kidding me? he does it. the dramatic victory by a poin. you're not going to see many coaches do that. sacred heartbeat san francisco division iii champion hip. it's a no-no. he makes the first two. here's the third. wow. we're going to overtime in the extra period. corner three. good. s st.augustine.
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the giants give the dodgers spring training. >> very nice. can't wait for baseball season. would you bet your next paycheck that cal wins tomorrow? >> i would bet a portion of it. i'm not going to tell you how much of it. >> thanks a lot. we're back in a moment.
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an iconic and expensive piece of san francisco artwork is headed for the auction block. it's been behind the bar at the palace hotel since 1909. but the hotel removed mural today. a similar mural is valued at more than $12 million. why take it down? the owners of the palace say they're worried about the safety of this treasure.
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that's why they're selling it. >> oh, man, i've had some burgers in that room looking at it. i didn't know it would be that much. >> thanks for joining us. have a great weekend.
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captions by vitac www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: thank you very much! welcome to "the tonight show"! nice to have you all here. thank you very, very much. oh, boy, do we have -- anybody here on -- anybody here -- who's on spring break? some spring breakers? yeah, yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] little word of advice from an older guy who's been there. i know you kids -- you want to have fun. word of warning. please don't drink and karaoke, okay? [ laughter ] that -- that can get you killed. really. hey, folks, listen to this.
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according to a new survey, 74% of female college students say they use drinking as an excuse for wild sexual behavior. and 100% of college men say this is a perfectly acceptable excuse. [ laughter ] that's fine. it's okay. it is okay. [ applause ] oh! big upset last night in the ncaa tournament. 14th seed harvard beat the third seed -- what is it? new mexico. 68-62. harvard -- harvard won. how about that? i tell you, they played a great game, but harvard needs to work on their trash talking, okay? [ laughter ] like, at one point in the game, when a harvard center said to new mexico's forward, "excuse me, but you are attempting to restrain me from adding additional points. you were woefully unsuccessful." okay? that's not good trash talking. no, no. that's not good. [ applause ] well, the -- the hit movie, "spring breakers," went wide today. this is, like, a crazy m.